Post # 1
I’m creating my Save-The-Date Cards right now online, should I put the name of the venue on it? It’s a destination wedding and everyone will be traveling (Las Vegas). I’m getting married at Mandalay Bay and that’s where I’ll have the room block as well. I’m thinking maybe if I do this, people can book their rooms early? Or should I leave it out? I’m planning on sending out my formal invitations in February (2 months in advance).
Post # 3
If you’re doing a website, I think you can leave the venue out.
Post # 4
Yeah, ours just says Atlanta, GA and then lists our website
Post # 5
I think you should mention it, because part of the reason for sending a Save the Date is so people can book travel. Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas — that’s all you need.
My best friend/maid of honor got married at Mandalay Bay in 2009! It was awesome! Ugh and I guess she has to be called a matron of honor (dumb). =)
Post # 6
I agre with jennicole01 – if you have a website that you are are going to put on your STD then I think you could forego the name fo the venue otherwise I don’t see the harm in it seeing as it is a Destination Wedding and people may want to get on the ball and start planning their trip!
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
Most just say the city where you’re getting married, more detail will follow in the invitation!
Post # 8
We’re not even doing the “Formal invite to follow” or whatever, because I think most people get the concept of a save the date.